Alana Gill receives the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine at Stony Brook University on April 6,. (Image via Getty Images/Raychel Brightman of Newsday)
Roll Up Those Sleeves. NC Makes Vaccines Available to Anyone Over 16.

Anyone over 16 can now get a COVID-19 vaccine in NC, though challenges remain finding appointments.

A couple fills out ballots together at the O.P. Owens Building on November 3, 2020  in Lumberton, North Carolina.  After a record-breaking turnout during the 2020 election, Democrats and Republicans are at odds over Democrats plans to expand voting access through the 'For the People Act.' (Photo by Melissa Sue Gerrits/Getty Images)
How North Carolina Became the Model for Democrats’ Nationwide Push to Expand Voting Access

Since Election Day, Republicans have filed hundreds of bills aimed at restricting voting access. But the federal ‘For The People Act’ would introduce sweeping, NC-like voting reforms nationwide.

In this January 2021 file photo, a medical professional heads to the parking lot at Bojangles Arena in Charlotte to administer the Covid-19 vaccine to a patient in their vehicle. (Photo by Grant Baldwin for Courier Newsroom.)
Gov. Cooper: Opening Vaccine to All Adults Will Guard Against COVID-19 Resurgence

North Carolina reporting successful rollout of COVID-19 vaccine. But Cooper says some still need convincing to get their shot.

The production line at Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, based out of North Carolina. The famed company is giving away doughnuts to people getting their COVID vaccine. (Photo by: Jeffrey Greenberg/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
Considering the COVID Vaccine? Krispy Kreme Will Give You a Donut Per Day

The North Carolina-based doughnut gods at Krispy Kreme want to sweeten the deal for those signing up for their COVID vaccine shots.

A woman wearing a face mask walks a dog in Washington, D.C., in March. (Image via Getty Images)
COVID Variants Are a Serious but Manageable Threat in NC, Expert Says

Here’s what you need to know about COVID variants in North Carolina and how to protect you and your family.

Maura Wozniak poses for a picture on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021, in Huntersville, N.C. Wozniak, a 42-year-old mother of 2 has cystic fibrosis and also has undergone lung transplants and has been moved into group 4, just ahead of the general public receive the COVID-19 vaccination. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
Smokers, Cancer Survivors, Pregnant Women Now Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine in North Carolina

State officials added subcategories to the next phase of vaccine rollout, focusing on North Carolinians at high risk of COVID-19 complications.

Leo Carney, kitchen manager at McElroy's Harbor House in Biloxi on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, holds his ever present face mask, in early March. (Image via AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Vaccines Are Rolling Out in NC, but You Need Those Masks

One out of every five North Carolinians has gotten at least one COVID-19 vaccination shot in the arm. But this disease is still very much out there.